How she does it…” is a segment were we look at the style and character of celebrities and successful women who have that “Qt” look.
The actress, singer, YouTube sensation Arden Cho was recently in New York City to host the Dramafever 2013 Awards. With style, grace, and substance, her warm and genuine personality created a presence that said “I’m happy to be here with you”, both on and off the stage.
A little about Arden Cho… an ardent cheerleader she grew up in Texas, went to school in Illinois, and moved to Los Angeles to pursue her dream. Through it all, the highs and the lows, she maintains a visage of smiles and southern charm. Arden is one of those rare people whose beauty shines forth from the inside out.
She started the night in a glistering sequin-cocktail dress from Ines Di Santo, an atelier based out of Toronto, Canada. The dress, composed in luxurious detail with Swarovski-like crystals, had a single strap with a brooch mounted over it. The strap itself was not made entirely of fabric, but of the same glitterati that covered the dress.
Arden Cho later changed into an adorable and cutesy skater dress from Alice + Olivia. Aside from the elaborate flair of the skirt and the sleeveless bodice, the dress was embellished with a collar filled with sparkle. The back had a textured pattern, shaped like a diamond that added a little charisma from a behind-look. With hair perfectly coiffed behind the ears, she wore “a pretty-pink” earrings from Sorrelli Jewelry that matched her lipstick and made her outfit pop.
To cap off the night, Ms. Cho wore a bare-shouldered Michael Costello evening gown. Michael Costello, who featured on Project Runway season 8, has styled the who-is-who of Hollywood including Beyonce. The dress was a deep blue, and had shimmering trimings at the hemline which regally swept the floor. The essence of the dress was further enhanced by the rear silvery-exposed zipper, and the fold-over bodice with ridges that added texture.
Arden Cho’s style is both girly and “sexy”, encompassed by a refined sophistication.
First dress of the evening.
Second dress of the evening.
Third Dress of the evening.